Jeffrey Burt

Jeffrey Burt has been a journalist for more than three decades, the last 20-plus years covering technology. During more than 16 years with eWEEK, he covered everything from data center infrastructure and collaboration technology to AI, cloud, quantum computing and cybersecurity. A freelance journalist since 2017, his articles have appeared on such sites as eWEEK, eSecurity Planet, Enterprise Networking Planet, Enterprise Storage Forum, Channel Insider, The Next Platform, ITPro Today, Channel Futures, Channelnomics, SecurityNow, and Data Breach Today.
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Data Center Consolidation Accelerates with CyrusOne, CoreSite Deals

Consolidation in the data center market, which had already been well underway for the past several years, accelerated this month when two of the...

Databricks Helps Partners Tap Its Lakehouse Platform for Data and AI Services

Databricks is making it easier for channel partners to use the vendor’s Lakehouse architecture to help business customers better run their data, analytics and...

TD Synnex Brings Qualys Security Platform into Its Portfolio

Global IT distributor TD Synnex is adding the Qualys security and compliance platform to its growing list of cybersecurity solutions it offers to resellers,...

MSPs Expand Security Practices to Meet Demand: Kaspersky

Most managed service providers (MSPs) plan to grow their cybersecurity practices to meet demand from companies worried about the massive increase in threats that...

Intel Security Ups Its Game With Platform Strategy

Intel Security officials have a new strategy that involves pivoting away from selling point products to a platform-based solution that offers a broad range...

Unify Makes Circuit UC Tech Available to Partners

Unify, which launched its Circuit communications platform almost a year ago, is making the offering available to its more than 3,500 channel partners worldwide,...

Salesforce Looks to Partners to Drive Growth Plans

Tyler Prince ticks off some of the goals Salesforce executives have set forth for the company: changing the conversation with customers to help them...

Microsoft Calls it Quits on Intel Itanium Support

Days after Intel and Advanced Micro Devices launched new high-end x86 chips that drive the architecture higher up the server chain, Microsoft officials announced...